Stretchable and Semitransparent Conductive Hybrid Hydrogels for Flexible Supercapacitors
Guang-Ping Hao†, Felix Hippauf†, Martin Oschatz†, Florian M. Wisser†, Annika Leifert†, Winfried Nickel†, Nasser Mohamed-Noriega†, Zhikun Zheng‡, and Stefan Kaskel†
Conductive polymers showing stretchable and transparent properties have received extensive attention due to their enormous potential in flexible electronic devices. Here, we demonstrate a facile and smart strategy for the preparation of structurally stretchable, electrically conductive, and optically semitran...
Patterning two-dimensional free-standing surfaces with mesoporous conducting polymers
Shaohua Liu, Pavlo Gordiichuk, Zhong-Shuai Wu, Zhaoyang Liu, Wei Wei, Manfred Wagner, Nasser Mohamed-Noriega, Dongqing Wu, Yiyong Mai, Andreas Herrmann, Klaus Müllen & Xinliang Feng
The ability to pattern functional moieties with well-defined architectures is highly important in material science, nanotechnology and bioengineering. Although two-dimensional surfaces can serve as attractive platforms, direct patterning them in solution with regular arrays remains a major challenge. Here we ...